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Moms for Liberty launches new chapter in Otter Tail County

“We are an enthusiastic group of moms, dads, grandparents, and concerned adults who are devoting our time and efforts to upholding the rights of parents to direct the important upbringing of our children,” Beth Helgerson, Chapter Chair of Otter Tail County of Moms for Liberty, said in a news release.

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PERHAM — Moms for Liberty has announced the launch of a new, local chapter in Otter Tail County as the latest addition in its growing list of chapters.

Now established in 42 states, Moms for Liberty has grown to over 100,000 members since its inception in January of 2021.

Some parents have felt increasingly frustrated and concerned by the actions of their local government and school districts. Moms for Liberty helps these concerned parents organize and amplify their voices to achieve the most important of goals: results.

Parents, grandparents, educators, and community members are joining the organization to exercise their rights while defending and shaping liberty in local government.

“We are an enthusiastic group of moms, dads, grandparents, and concerned adults who are devoting our time and efforts to upholding the rights of parents to direct the important upbringing of our children,” Beth Helgerson, Chapter Chair of Otter Tail County of Moms for Liberty, said in a news release.

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The organization works to empower parents and is committed to holding elected leaders accountable while also focusing on preserving what it considers crucial, founding principles of the nation: Limited government, personal responsibility, and individual liberty.

Moms for Liberty Otter Tail County will host its next meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 18 at the Pelican Rapids Public Library.

Contact the Otter Tail County chapter at moms4libertyotc@gmail.com

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